Informational Essay: Getting Organized Before Writing
Students will continue their informational writing project by organizing the information they gathered through research. They will use a graphic organizer to organize their ideas and sort their research notes into meaningful sections.
Students will have the opportunity to strengthen their informational essay drafts by correcting errors in conventions and mechanics. They’ll use a checklist to guide this critical step in the writing process.
Students begin their informational writing process by gathering information through research. They will use a graphic organizer to record important information and sources and reflect on how to present the information.
Students will have the opportunity to fine-tune their writing by adding, deleting, or reworking content in their informational essay drafts. They’ll use a checklist to guide this critical step in the writing process.
This lesson will help students understand how to solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division inequalities using inverse operations, as well as how to graph inequalities on a number line.
Use this math lesson to introduce compound events! Students will build on their understanding of probability as they learn how to find the sample space and probability of compound events given real-world examples.